Collect recipes from anywhere into your Recipe Book
Drag-and-drop your recipes onto your Planner
Print your shopping list or access it on your phone
Wow, that sounds like a great gift!
A few months ago I discovered Ziplist. I loved collecting recipes from the web and using the grocery list with the app to shop. However, I was surprised and frustrated that changing the size of recipes (even something as simple as doubling) really wasn't an option! I am very impressed with how easy Plan to Eat makes it to change the size of a recipe to any number of servings I want. Ziplist is free, but your service is well priced and more functional. It's also better looking! Thanks for a wonderful product.
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FINALLY!! There are so many menu planners but this is the FIRST and ONLY one I've found that combines ingredients on your grocery list! It doesn't help me to have a shopping list that is 10 pages long with ingredients listed several times throughout the list because they are used in several recipes. You guys even combine ingredients when different units are used - like 3 cups and 2 slices of apples. Thank you SO SO SO much!
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I love cooking so much more thanks to this handy little website.
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I have always been a weekly meal planner and with my daughter being highly allergic to dairy and soy, i'm constantly online looking for new recipes that will fit with our allergy free lifestyle. Needless to say, organizing all of the recipes i've found is not easy and until now i have been unable to keep them in any sort of organized fashion. I find myself frantically looking all over my recipe files before heading to the grocery store. You have simplified my life tremendously and I (and my daughter) couldn't be more grateful!
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(Plan to Eat) has drastically reduced our grocery budget. Before I wondered around Whole foods just putting stuff in my cart without a plan. Now I buy far less and feel like we actually use what I buy and not waste it.
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